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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:29pm 23/12/20 | 1 Comments
Called the Arasaka Appearance Updater (available now via Nexus Mods) it lets you do that thing we all thought we could do in Cyberpunk 2077 - change V's appearance after the initial character creation screen. As a standalone tool it lets you update your V's hairstyle and even facial features via simple click of a few buttons.

How it works is that it reads your latest save file and then lets you change things up -- and then updates the save file so you can see the changes in-game.


Props to its creator 'homes432' for giving it an in-universe feel too and the very cool title 'Arasaka Appearance Updater'.

Of course as a mod it's wise to back up your saves before making any changes. With Cyberpunk 2077 coming up to two weeks since its launch no doubt this is one of those nice to have features players want to see added in-game. In our full review we mentioned the lack of an in-game futuristic hair-dresser as one of a few missing features that really should have been there. CD Projekt Red is currently addressing issues relating to bugs and other things -- but we wouldn't be surprised if this feature is added into the game in one of the major patches due in January and February.



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Darkhawk
Posted 10:19pm 23/12/20
It would be nice to have a 3rd person view option and a head in raytraced reflections :)
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